Walmart Store Closures in 2023 Will Affect Consumers in These 6 States

Las Vegas - Circa June 2019: Walmart Retail Location.
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Retail giant Walmart will close 10 U.S.-based locations this year due to poor financial performance, despite the company’s overall 7.3% Q4 revenue increase. The retailer has a track record of shuttering under-performing locations. Walmart closed several stores in 2019 and more than 150 stores in 2016.

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According to Business Insider, here’s a list of the affected locations for this round of closures:

StateAddressLocation Type
Arkansas3701 SE Dodson Rd., BentonvillePick-up only
Washington D.C. 99 H Street NW, WashingtonRetail store
Florida6900 US Highway 19 North, Pinellas ParkNeighborhood Market
Illinois17550 South Halsted St., HomewoodRetail store
Illinois12690 S. Route 59, PlainfieldRetail store
Illinois840 N. McCormick Blvd, LincolnwoodPick-up only
New Mexico301 San Mateo Blvd. SE, AlbuquerqueRetail store
Oregon4200 82nd Ave. SE, PortlandRetail store
Oregon1123 N Hayden Meadows Dr., PortlandRetail store
Wisconsin10330 W. Silver Spring Dr., MilwaukeeRetail store
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